3 edition of Public land statutes of the United States found in the catalog.
Public land statutes of the United States
|Statement||compiled by Daniel M. Greene.|
|Contributions||Greene, Daniel M. b. 1876., United States. Dept. of the Interior.|
|LC Classifications||HD224 .A5 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 855 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||855|
|LC Control Number||31027038|
Decisions of the Interior department in public land cases. by Lester, William Wharton, comp,United States. Dept. of the Interior,United States. Laws, statutes, etc.,United States. General land office. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. The United States Statutes at Large, typically referred to as the Statutes at Large, is the permanent collection of all laws and resolutions enacted during each session of Congress. The Statutes at Large is prepared and published by the Office of the Federal Register (OFR), National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
a| Harris' public land guide: b| a compilation of public land laws and departmental regulations thereunder: revised statutes and acts of Congress annotated with decisions of the Department of the Interior relating to public land: a guide showing the location of vacant lands by counties and states on July 1st, / c| by Charles L. Harris. Federal Oil and Gas Statutes. The federal government owns, and the BLM and other federal agencies manage, most of the land suitable for oil and gas development in the United States. An additional 56 million acres of split estates also exist, in which private individuals own surface rights and the federal government owns subsurface mineral right.
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Excerpt from Public Land Statutes of the United States: A Compilation of the General and Permanent Statutes of Practical Importance Relating to the Public Lands Down to the Close of the Second Session of the Seventy-First Congress With Parallel Citations to the United States Code and an Index The statutes in this volume have been construed and Author: Daniel M Greene.
Public land statutes of the United States: a compilation of the general and permanent statutes of practical importance relating to the public lands down to the close of the second session of the Seventy-first Congress, with parallel citations to the United States code and an index.
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This category contains legislation enacted by the United States Congress pertaining to the use of public lands under public included may be ordinances passed before under the Articles of Confederation. For statutes pertaining to the organization of territories or the admission of states, see Category:United States federal territory and statehood legislation.
20 May Congress enacted the first law to manage the Public Lands that resulted from the thirteen newly independent states agreeing to relinquish their western land claims and allow the land to become the joint property of all citizens of the new nation.
The Ordinance for the public lands northwest of the Ohio provided for their survey and sale in. In the United States governmental entities including cities, counties, states, and the federal government all manage land which are referred to as either public lands or the public domain.
The majority of public lands in the United States are held in trust for the American people by the federal government and managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the United. Public Land Statutes of the United States: A Compilation of the Principal by United States, John W.
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The United States Statutes at Large is the collection of laws passed by the United States Congress, in chronological order.
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United States. Public Lands Commission (): Laws of the United States of a local or temporary character, and exhibiting the entire legislation of Congress upon which the public land titles in each state and territory have depended.
(Washington, Govt. print off., ), also by statutes United States. Laws, Alexander Thompson Britton. chapter 1—bureau of land management (§§ 1 – 25) chapter 2—united states geological survey (§§ 31 – 50d) chapter 3—surveys (§§ 51 – 61) chapter 4—district land offices (§§ 70 – ) chapter 5—land districts (§§ – ) chapter 6—withdrawal from settlement, location, sale, or entry (§§ – ).
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